http://www.iamalibrarian.com/gallery.html I Am a Librarian My name is Cynthia Wilson. I received my Masters Degree in library science from Clarion University and I am a photographer. I have been looking for librarians and library school students in the United States who would be willing to get their picture taken, and […]
Thanks FGL for such a nice bit to ponder this am. http://feelgoodlibrarian.typepad.com/feelgood_librarian/2005/04/the_beauty_of_d.html Are you reading this most cool Front Line Blog?
Wow! The Library supporter posts some learning objectives, a reference to a cool Neal Schuman title, AND a PPT of a presentation up called “Defusing the Angry Patron” on the blog today. I have been reading this blog all week and had it in my “to be blogged” folder. There’s […]
http://freerangelibrarian.com/archives/041805/survey_launchpleas.php Take a minute or three and visit Karen’s survey! She reports: “I have been informed LII would like to get a good response from the bloggier side of librarianship.”
Reinventing Libraries: People, Place and Purpose This was the first of three workshops co-taught with Sharon and Dan Wiseman of Wiseman Consulting. We began the day with some ground rules — one conversation, suffering is optional, etc — and then Sharon presented some groundwork on the roots and traditions of […]
This is an important one…one to ponder… http://scanblog.blogspot.com/2005/04/does-non-dynamic-library-have-future.html But it’s not just about giving people what they want. Leadership is about creating a vision that you can share with the board, with elected officials and business people, with the library’s clients, and most of all, with the library staff. (One […]
http://www.librarian.net/stax/1215 “…we all know libraries are changing. The library workforce is changing and the nature of the job is changing. The more librarians know the lingo of the new tech world of fee-for-service models instead of you-bought-it-you-own-it models of yore, the better we will be able to advocate for our […]
http://www.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ERM0523.pdf Lippincott notes: Libraries could use part of their home page to highcell phones, send simple text-message queries to library catalogs or databases, or check library hours via text messaging. Such services might be particularly valuable for students who live off campus. How will we conceive and design these new […]
Take a look: http://www.njlibraries.org/vid.mpeg (Thanks Frances!)
Good stuff at LJ Today! Hey! That’s Aaron! I think he has the most famous forehead in library land today!